Cincinnati Bengals Super Bowl Betting Odds
The Cincinnati Bengals Super Bowl betting odds are interesting. The Bengals finished the 2018 season with a record of 6-10 and have replaced long-time coach Marvin Lewis with first-time head coach Zac Taylor. The Bengals are one of the teams that either could surprise a lot of people or everything could go south - there is no between with this football team.
The Bengals offense is still led by Andy Dalton, who was hurt for parts of last season and is coming off a season where he only threw for 2,566 yards and 21 touchdowns in eleven games. One of the few bright spots for this team last season was running back Joe Mixon. In his second season, Mixon ran for 1,168 yards, which was the fourth-most in the NFL. The Bengals defense is the biggest weakness on this team, as they lost linebacker Vontaze Burfict via free agency. Keep checking here for the most up to date Cincinnati Bengals Super Bowl betting odds.
The Cincinnati Bengals Super Bowl 54 betting odds were long entering the season. The Bengals will need all the help they can get to not end up in the basement of the AFC, although that seems likely. Their new head coach Zac Taylor has some talent to work with, but he also has a lot of things to fix on this team before they become Super Bowl contenders again.
The Cincinnati Bengals AFC championship betting odds are low and the risk outweighs the reward. To start, the Bengals had one of the worst defenses in the NFL last year. No team gave up more yards to opposing offenses last year than Cincinnati, teams were averaging 413.3 yards per game on the Bengals. If the Bengals want to become AFC contenders again, they’re going to need to address the serious issues they have on the defensive side of the ball. The Bengals didn’t really address their defensive needs this offseason, and it showed in their +6000 opening AFC odds. The Cincinnati Bengals AFC Championship betting odds and Super Bowl odds will likely remain toward the bottom of the oddsboards.